Tag: Citroen

TOP 10 electric concept cars revealed at the 2019 geneva motor show

from bentley to ferrari and bugatti to mercedes-benz, the 2019 geneva motor show was parked full of cars making their world debuts. the fair not only showcased some brand new, extremely powerful sportscars but also exhibited innovative, forward-thinking electric concepts and production vehicles – as we predicted in our preview beforehand. in light of these […]

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Rare Rides: A Very Brown Talbot Tagora From 1982

Today’s Rare Ride is the European luxury sedan you’ve never heard of. Plush, brown, and boxy, it’s the Talbot Tagora from 1982. The Tagora was born at a difficult time for its owner, Chrysler Europe. Chrysler’s European branch was formed in 1967 from a combination of three brands, all hailing from different countries in Europe. […]

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sixteen-year-olds can drive the all-electric citroen ami one without a licence

citroën unveiled its ami one concept, touting the mini car as a ‘disruptive all-electric object‘ that the company will present at the 2019 geneva motor show. the two-person NEV is designed as an alternative to public transport and can be driven by anyone 16 or older without a license. images courtesy of citroën the two-seater concept […]

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A Manifesto for… Freedom?

While your author is normally very wary of manifestos, especially those originating from Europe, an automotive missive from France captured his attention. It contained all the right ingredients: personal autonomy (ie – freedom), affordability, and most important of all, deregulation. It was a manifesto of freedom, penned by Citroën. I’m yours, comrade — er, camarade! Promising […]

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It’s Decision Time for PSA’s American Return

PSA Group surely wishes it had a crystal ball. As the French automaker prepares to make a series of key decisions for its planned North American return, the future trade landscape between the United States and Europe couldn’t be murkier. Will U.S. President Donald Trump levy steep tariffs on imported European cars, or will existing […]

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Rare Rides: A Large, Luxurious Citroën CX From 1987 (Part II)

In Part I of the Citroën CX saga, we learned how the big sedan replaced the outgoing and legendary DS. Now, let’s find out just how difficult life was for the last genuine large Citroën. At the time of the CX’s release in ’74, Citroën found itself in considerable financial trouble. The company decided before building the […]

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